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ex-hurricane-ophelia-16-october-2017---met-office.pdf

Ex-Hurricane Ophelia 16 October 2017 On 16 October 2017 ex-hurricane Ophelia brought very strong winds to western parts of the UK and Ireland. This date fell on the exact 30th anniversary of the Great Storm of 16 October 1987. Ex-hurricane Ophelia (named by the US National Hurricane Center

Microsoft Word - MetO_Atlantic_tropical_storm_forecast_verification_1Dec2013_v0.doc

........................................................................................................ 3 2. The 2013 Atlantic hurricane season........................................................................... 3 3. Forecast verification....................................................................................................... 4 4

Microsoft Word - MetO_Atlantic_tropical_storm_forecast_verification_1Dec2014

.............................................................................................. 3 2. The 2014 Atlantic hurricane season ................................................................... 3 3. Forecast verification ............................................................................................ 4 5. Future forecasts

North Atlantic tropical storm seasonal forecast 2021

one January storm (Hurricane Alex in 2016). The most likely number of named tropical storms (winds of at least 39 mph) predicted to occur in the North Atlantic is 15, with a 70% chance that the number will be in the range 12 to 18. The 1991-2020 long-term average is 14.  The most likely number

North Atlantic tropical storm seasonal forecast 2019

average is 12. The most likely number of hurricanes (winds of at least 74 mph) predicted to occur in the North Atlantic during the June to November period is 7, with a 70% chance that the number will be in the range 5 to 9. The 1981-2010 long-term average is 6. The most likely number of major

North Atlantic tropical storm seasonal forecast 2021

  The most likely number of named tropical storms (winds of at least 39 mph) predicted to occur in the North Atlantic during the June to November period is 14, with a 70% chance that the number will be in the range 9 to 19. The 1991-2020 long-term average is 14.  The most likely number of hurricanes

North Atlantic tropical storm seasonal forecast 2020

average is 12. The most likely number of hurricanes (winds of at least 74 mph) predicted to occur in the North Atlantic during the June to November period is 7, with a 70% chance that the number will be in the range 5 to 9. The 1981-2010 long-term average is 6. The most likely number of major

Microsoft Word - MetO_tropical_storm_forecast_verification_1Dec2015

Pacific activity was 145% of average. For the tenth year in a row, no major hurricanes made landfall in the United States. This is the longest time that the U.S. has gone without a major hurricane landfall since records began in 1878. The low activity in the Atlantic during 2015 was due in part to strong

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